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Wisconsin Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Levi T. Parker received the Maj. Richard I. Bong Award at a Breakfast with the Boss event hosted by Wisconsin Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve in September.
Two Wisconsin Army National Guard Soldiers competed in this year’s Best Sapper Competition — a 50-hour gauntlet for combat engineers — at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin National Guard’s 54th Civil Support Team (CST) will conduct an exercise at two different sites this week in Dane County.
MADISON, Wis. — Maj. Matthew Kelly is the new commander of the Wisconsin National Guard’s 54th Civil Support Team (CST), a joint unit comprised of expert Soldiers and Airmen in various disciplines related to weapons of mass destruction and chemical and biological hazards. He follows Lt. Col. Joe Davison, who is preparing to attend War College.
MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin National Guard’s 54th Civil Support Team (CST) — a specialized unit of full-time Army and Air National Guard members trained to respond to chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear emergencies — is the 2020 Maj. Gen. William L. Sibert Award winner for the National Guard.
WAUKESHA, Wis. — The annual Statewide Interoperable Mobile Communications — or SIMCOM — exercise kicked off in Waukesha May 1 with nearly 300 participants and nearly 45 agencies representing all levels of government and amateur radio operators.
MANITOWOC, Wis. — Last month, the Wisconsin National Guard’s 54th Civil Support Team (CST) helped local authorities identify explosive substances discovered by firefighters responding to a home explosion resulting in minor injuries to two residents.
MADISON, Wis. — The 54th Civil Support Team (CST) — a specialized Wisconsin National Guard unit that assists civil authorities concerning chemical, biological or radiological matters — bid farewell to Lt. Col. Eric Leckel and welcomed aboard Maj. Joseph Davison during a formal change of command ceremony Dec. 1 at the Armed Forces Reserve Center.
MADISON, Wis. — When first responders came across a Madison apartment with unknown and potentially hazardous substances Feb. 20, they knew who they could turn to for additional expertise.
Aviation enthusiasts visiting the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture Oshkosh this year may have experienced the Wisconsin National Guard’s increased role in the event.